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hampshire... and clinton is fighting hard to gain ground. cbs's danielle nottingham reports from the university of new hampshire in durham. hillary clinton and bernie sanders squared off in their first post-iowa debate "on msnbc"... secretary clinton does represent the establishment. i represent, i hope, ordinary americans. senator sanders is the only person who would say that, i as a woman, running to be the first woman president am exemplifying the establishment. the two continued their squabble over who is a real progressive: s: instead of arguing about definitions - c: well you began it yesterday. s: let's talk about what we should do! clinton and sanders also clashed over differences about obamacare. "what it has not done is dealth with 29 million who are uninsured." "i am not gonna wait and have us plunge back into a contentious national fight that has very little chance of succeeding."
clinton in the polls here in new hampshire.. with at least one survey showing he more than doubled her support." clinton took heat for her speaking fees from goldman sachs. "goldman sachs was one of those companies whose illegal activity destroyed our economy." "we both want to reign in the excesses of wall street." voters will draw the ultimate distinction at the polls. danielle nottingham, cbs news, durham, new hampshire. the republican candidates gather for a debate on saturday. in school watch... the public schools overcrowding and repair needs committee met tonight-- to take a closer look at which taxes they'll ask voters to raise this november. the goal of this committee... is to raise 781 million dollars over ten years... to build new schools... and repair old ones. they'll do it through increases in sales taxes... or a combination of sales and property taxes. tonight-- we got a closer look at how much each option would cost the average taxpayer...
if it's just a sales tax increase... the rate would go from 7.725 percent in washoe county... to 8.265 percent... just over a half-a- percent bump. that's estimated to cost the average citizen an additional 7 dollars and 26 cents a month. if it's a combination of sales and property taxes... sales would go up .425 percent... an additional 5.71 per month... and property taxes would go up 5.5 cents for every dollar of assessed value... that would add between 1.35... and 8 dollars per month... to your bill. both options drew mixed reviews from committee members and public commenters... so the committee decided to delay a vote until their next meeting. the committee has until april second to draft the ballot question. marinello beauty school closed all 56 locations in the country today...including the campus in reno. the nationwide closure comes after the u.s. department of education pulled funding for marinello this week, accusing the school of several
amanda ketchledge joins us live in the studio with more after talking to students and staff at the school in reno today. amanda-- landon-- more than 100 students could possibly not be graduating on time... and as many as a dozen instructors are now out of work. but the marinello students and teachers we talked to say they will forever be a family, despite this school closure. debbie lamonica, cosmetology instructor still laura mendoza student still "this is our home. marinello! screams." students and staff shared one last group photo inside the school thursday night. their happiness, though, turned to sadness as they packed up their supplies and belongings. "we're a family here." the department of education is investigating the school for allegedly requesting federal aid for students based on fabricated high school diplomas, charging students for excessive overtime and other misrepresentation . debbie lamonica, cosmetology instructor: "this is not a problem we have in this campus. it was dribbled down from corporate. we all got closed
the school's spokesperson released this statement to channel 2 news. saying quote "we have compelling evidence that we think would have satisfied the department's concerns and we asked repeatedly for two months to be able to respond.... "...but the department waited until we were past the point of no return financially to allow us any opportunity to respond to its unfounded allegations." end quote. laura mendoza, student: "this is laura mendoza, student: "this is our education. our education to do our career." 43-hundred students nationwide are trying to figure out their student: "the instructor is not going to be the same, and the schooling is not going to be the same so it's going to be a hard students individually to see whether they can transfer or apply for their licenses. but the state board adds that certain schools only accept a minimum amount of hours and some students are too close to the end, so many of their credits are not being accepted. gary landry, executive director
cosmetology: "those are particularly going to be particularly hard to place." stephanie davison is only 200 hours away from getting her license, so for now she's putting away her graduation cap. stephanie davidson, student: "it kind of gives me a little bit of a setback but i'm determined. i will finish my hours one way or another. and get my license." school officials say they are working with other schools to arrange partnerships to help students continue their education. meetings will be held next week to allow students to receive their transcripts and other paperwork. covering school watch, amanda ketchledge, channel 2 news. "now here's mike alger's first look at the pinpoint 2 forecast" a fairly strong ridge of high pressure will keep us dry for the next several days, and temperatures that have been lagging behind seasonal averages will climb above the norm once we get into the weekend.
out, a few clouds will pass over us friday afternoon ahead of a weakening frontal band, but those should move out by the weekend leaving saturday and sunday mostly sunny. highs friday will be in the mid-40s and will climb into the 50s through tuesday and may hit the 60s by mid-week. new tonight in crime beat... the nevada highway patrol is
run crash in carson city. carson city sheriff's office deputies responded to reports of a hit and run just before 8 o'clock tonight in the area of brown street and edmonds drive... where they learned the suspect vehicle was a yellow ford 150 pickup. shortly after, deputies found that pickup at a gas station on college parkway near research way. as officers approached... the suspect vehicle rammed the police s-u-v and fled eastbound on college parkway at high speeds. after passing college parkway and airport road, the suspect vehicle lost control and crashed onto carson airport property. the driver -- described as a hispanic adult male -- was killed. investigators say the ford was reported stolen about 4 o-clock this afternoon -- in the same area as the initial reported hit and run. college parkway, from airport road to nye lane will remain closed for most of tonight. today reno police sentenced a man to 10 years in prison for hitting a police officer with his car back in august. in december, russell roberts
of attempted murder on a police officer and battery with a deadly weapon on a police officer. authorities say roberts drove his car toward an officer who was responding to an unrelated service call on arlington avenue in august. he will be eligible for parole 4 years after he starts serving his sentence, which will begin after he finishes a 4-year sentence for a drug charge. the district attorney's office has released a report that found an officer involved shooting was justified. according to the report... sparks police detectives shot and killed james bowman back in september of 20-14 near sutro and ninth streets. when they confronted him, the d-a's office says bowman refused the command to surrender and eventually walked toward detectives while removing a loaded handgun from his waistband. he passed away at the hospital and an autopsy revealed he had amphetamines and methamphetamine in his blood. reno police are looking for a
police say this man entered a convenience store around 3-30 on monday and obtained three money orders before leaving in a vehicle. he's described as ... around 6 feet tall...he wore a camouflage jacket and dark pants and a black hat. if you know who he is call police at 3-3-4 21-88. and reno police are looking for this man, who is a person of interest in a shooting outside the 1 up bar in downtown reno on january 3rd. he's a white or hispanic man in his 20s... 5 foot 8 to five foot 10 with an average build. if you know who he is call or text secret witness. coming up - who's got the most game when it comes to super bowl ads?
year, companies will fork over almost five-million dollars for a 30- second spot. teri okita joins us live with more from super bowl city in san francisco. teri? arianna and landon... it's become sport between advertisers to create the most buzzed-about super bowl ads. commercials are now splashed across social media weeks before the big game . re-posted and re- tweeted to get more bang for the buck. and it takes a "lot" of bucks. a 30- second commercial now fetches four- point-eight million dollars. at
half-a-minute cost less than 38-thousand dollars. but kia motors c-o-o says it's worth it. sot: we heard qualitative data from our dealers, saying people saw the spot, came in, test drove the vehicle, and ultimately, bought the vehicle. standup: car and beer ads, targeting men, still dominate . but women are increasingly the focus. celebrities push a variety of products, while cute and cuddly animals never fail. sot: it's appointment tv. and in celebration of the super bowl's 50th anniversary, stars of this all- time classic commercial, "mean joe greene and an all-grown up "coke kid" ... reunited after almost 40 years.
apple's 1984 ad called, "think different", to have had the biggest impact on viewers. teri okita, cbs news, san francisco. thanks teri. we know more money is bet on the super bowl than any other event. but casinos are finding other ways to get people into the building. yeah, and if you still haven't made plans for sunday -- there's no shortage of super bowl parties at our local casinos. 50-bucks will get you in the door at gilley's saloon in the nugget. that will get you drinks and an all- you-can-eat stadium buffet. along with the mechanical bull -- there's also prize giveaways. scott "we'll have some corona swag to give away. i've got a guitar, signed by charlie daniels, we're giving away. so,
we're gonna have a lot of interactive fun. of course, commercial watching." the peppermill expects a sellout of 3-thousand people at its big game blitz -- and the silver legacy, eldorado and circus circus could see about 5-thousand party-goers. super bowl pre-game coverage starts this sunday at 8 a-m - with kickoff at 3:30 p-m... right here on c-b-s. still to come on channel 2 news at 11 - today bill cosby asked a judge to dismiss a sexual assault case against him. the decision... coming up. mike will have a look at your forecast after the break.... but first - how australia is dealing with a refugee crisis of its own. that's coming up next. garrett dearborn and mike
meanwhile some churches have thrown open their doors, offering
refugees facing deportation a "sanctuary." let them stay! let them stay! protesters demanded the government intervene.. after a high court decision paved the way for 267 refugees -- including 36 babies -- to be deported. as they rallied.. the australian human rights commission handed down a report - revealing that a third of children at detention centers have a mental illness.. rintool: "some of them said, anything, but don't send me back to nauru. i would rather die than go back to nauru." prof. triggs: "our national laws in effect allow us to wash our hands of the welfare of refugee children. rev. dutton: "we're not going to put children in harm's way, we are going to work individually through each of the cases." but some churches have lost faith in the system... going so far as to open their doors and risk breaking the law - by offering what they call a 'sanctuary' for those with nowhere to turn. rev. catt: "we're prepared to lock the
prepared to put myself in the way." it's a stand against a problem... with no easy solution. "channel 2 news continues with chief meteorologist mike alger's pinpoint 2 forecast, broadcast certified by the american meteorological society!" a fairly strong ridge of high pressure will keep us dry for the next several days, and temperatures that have been lagging behind seasonal averages will climb above the norm once we get into the weekend. after patchy morning fog clears out, a few clouds will pass over us friday afternoon ahead of a weakening frontal band, but those should move out by the weekend leaving saturday and sunday mostly sunny. highs friday will be in the mid-40s and will climb into the 50s through tuesday and may hit the 60s by mid-week. a fairly strong ridge of high pressure will keep us dry for the next several days, and temperatures that have been lagging behind seasonal averages will climb above the norm once we get into the weekend. after patchy morning fog clears out, a
over us friday afternoon ahead of a weakening frontal band, but those should move out by the weekend leaving saturday and sunday mostly sunny. highs friday will be in the mid-40s and will climb into the 50s through tuesday and may hit the a fairly strong ridge of high pressure will keep us dry for the next several days, and temperatures that have been lagging behind seasonal averages will climb above the norm once we get into the weekend. after patchy morning fog clears out, a few clouds will pass over us friday afternoon ahead of a weakening frontal band, but those should move out by the weekend leaving saturday and sunday mostly sunny. highs friday will be in the mid-40s and will climb into the 50s through tuesday and may hit the 60s by mid-week. thanks mike.
pressure will keep us dry for the next several days, and temperatures that have been lagging behind seasonal averages will climb above the norm once we get into the weekend. after patchy morning fog clears out, a few clouds will pass over us friday afternoon ahead of a weakening frontal band, but those should move out by the weekend leaving saturday and sunday mostly sunny. highs friday will be in the mid-40s and will climb into the 50s through tuesday and may hit the 60s by mid-week. thanks mike. a fairly strong ridge of high pressure will keep us dry for the next several days, and temperatures that have been lagging behind seasonal averages will climb above the norm once we get into the weekend.
out, a few clouds will pass over us friday afternoon ahead of a weakening frontal band, but those should move out by the weekend leaving saturday and sunday mostly sunny. highs friday will be in the mid-40s and will climb into the 50s through tuesday and may hit the 60s by mid-week. thanks mike. after the break - florida has been forced to take even higher measures - to combat the zika
in all, more than 51 people in 12 states and the district of columbia have developed the virus... which is suspected of causing serious birth defects. governor scott says conditions in the sunshine state make it especially prone to the virus... gov. rick scott: "we're a state that has the mosquitoes that are similar to the mosquitoes that carry this so it is better to get ahead of this." scott has asked the centers for disease control and prevention to rush 1,000 zika testing kits to the state. florida plans to buy 4,000 more. today mourners gathered to remember nicole lovell -- the 13- year-old virginia girl found murdered near a north carolina road. meanwhile 19-year old natalie keepers -- one of two people charged in lovell's murder -- appeared for a bond hearing today. the prosecutor, mary pettitt, says keepers and fellow virginia tech student david eisenhauer carefully planned the girl's-- who he met online.
murdered january 27th... the same day she climbed out her bedroom window to meet eisenhauer. prosecutors claim keepers and eisenhauer put the girl's body into the trunk of eisenhauer's lexus... and drove to north carolina, where they dumped it by the side of a road. pettitt says keepers confessed to her role in the girl's death. a sexual assault case against bill cosby in pennsylvania will move forward. today a pennsylvania judge refused to dismiss the criminal case after a two-day hearing. cosby's lawyers claimed there was a longstanding deal not to prosecute. back in december, cosby was arrested and charged with drugging and assaulting a former temple university employee at his suburban philadelphia home back in 2004. cosby's team says they will appeal the judge's ruling. and in another courtroom in washington d-c... former pharmaceutical c-e-o martin shkreli appeared for his hearing
the man who many point to as the face of runaway drug prices was subpoenaed to testify before congress... but refused to answer many questions. rep. jason chaffetz: "do you think you've done anything wrong?" "on the advice of counsel, i invoke my 5th amendment privilege against self- incrimination and respectfully decline to answer your question." that didn't stop members of the house committee on oversight and government reform from lecturing shkreli on his company's behavior... which included a decision to increase the price of a life-saving pill from $13-50 to $750 dollars a piece. shkreli refrained from from answering lawmakers in person, but later turned to social media, tweeting - quote "hard to accept that these imbeciles represent the people in our government." brandon marshall and virgil green are playing in another
"now, here's sports director garrett dearborn, with channel 2 sports" they've played 5-seasons in their nfl careers...but brandon marshall and virgil green are already about to
play in a second superbowl. and while the first time around didn't work out well for the former wolf pack stars they told dallas colodny this time around is going to be different for the broncos. . back in super bowl 48 the seattle seahawks routed the denver broncos. on that team just like this years team was former wolf pack stars virgil green and brandon marshall now they will again be playing in super bowl 50 at levi's stadium. they both say that with bigger rolls on this years team super bowl 50 should play out a lot different than super bowl 48. "when you think about how incredible it is you have to
everyone on the team has put in.. their efforts have been so incredible our road here hasn't been easy we have faced a lot of adversity and i think that is the character of our team and that is what we stand on." "oh it has hit me. it hit me a couple days after the afc championship game because i have been here before, i just know i definetly want to win it. we have just such a brotherhood that is kind of unexplainable we all are for each other and want to see each other do well. everybody works hard we work diligent we are focused it is just different man and it feels special honestly." while former wolf pack tackle and reed high alum kyle roberts is going to his first super bowl as apart of the broncos practice squad. " sometimes it seems surreal and other times it seems like ordinary everyday stuff being
and dad and they make it seem like it is such a big deal and i really see how big of deal it is in the sparks community to be an example and everything." so it will be the broncos and the panthers in super bowl 50 and you can watch the game right here on ktvn. kickoff set for about 3:30... dallas colodny channel 2 sports. and of course you can see the game right here on channel 2....the panthers and broncos will go at it sunday at 3-30....coverage begins at 8am the reno bighorns are getting a boost.... parent club the sacramento has re=assigned rookie forward duje dukan to reno. dukan is averaging 13.4 points, 4.6 rebounds, and 1.0 assists in
congress doesn't regulate wall street... wall street regulates congress. it's a rigged economy that sends most new wealth to the top 1%. and it's held in place by a corrupt political system where wall street banks and billionaires buy elections. my campaign is funded by over two and a half million small contributions. people who know you can't level the playing field by taking more money from wall street. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message.
mike has a last check of your forecast-- it looks like we are entering an extended period of drier and warmer conditions. a ridge of high pressure will build in after a few wednesday night snow showers. there will be enough residual moisture around for a couple
of days to bring variable amounts of cloudiness across the region before clearing out over the weekend. temperatures will also gradually rise from the mid-40s thursday into the 50s by the weekend. that's it for us tonight. your